Caw



the harsh, grating cry of the crow, raven, etc.
to utter this cry or a similar sound.
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noun
the cry of a crow, rook, or raven
verb
(intransitive) to make this cry
abbreviation
Canadian Auto Workers (trade union)
v.

“make a sound like a crow, raven, etc.,” 1580s, imitative. Related: Cawed; cawing.
n.

1660s, from caw (v.).
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